Don's Beach Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDon's Beach Hotel Negombo
Worse mattresses! Thin doors. Were able to hear what the neighbours spoke about. Really bad smell from the drains during the monsune-downpour. No breakfast on site, must go to the next door hotel. Local houses between hotel and beach, so no view.
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Our check in was at 4am, our flight at 7am. We arrived at 8:30pm. It was cheaper than staying in a guesthouse for a few hours. That is pretty much all there is to be said about that.
Onto Thailand ...